“Bruce was a visionary leader with an indomitable presence that was felt throughout our business, both through the many lives he personally touched and the solid foundation of the uncompromising values of loyalty and integrity that he built, ”said Tom Janecek, CEO / CFO, Technology Integration Grouper.
SAN DIEGO (PRWEB)
September 29, 2021
Global solutions provider, Technology Integration Group (TIG) recognizes the passing of its founder and CEO, Bruce A. Geier. At 68, he passed away peacefully at home on September 11, 2021. Geier founded TIG and has aggressively grown from a San Diego-based office to a nationwide presence of 20 offices in the United States and now a formidable supplier. global technology solutions company with offices in Canada and China. Geier has built a tremendous reputation among its vendors as well as state, local, federal and commercial customers for its superior IT expertise and personal touch, and has viewed its employees as critical to its success. Geier has left an indelible mark on the technology channel industry that runs deep. He is an icon and a friend to many.
Tom Janecek will assume the reins as CEO. Janecek has also been Chief Financial Officer and Partner of Geier for over 30 years. TIG appoints Vince Lamb as president. Lamb is the former Senior Vice President of Professional Services who for the past 20 years has worked closely with Geier and Janecek, playing a complex role in TIG’s successful strategy to build and consolidate as a leading international solutions integrator. TIG Appoints Jeff Di Rado as Executive Vice President. Di Rado is the former Senior Vice President of Technology Solutions who was also instrumental in transforming TIG as a services and solutions-driven company. Di Rado will oversee all of TIG’s revenue streams.
“Bruce was a visionary leader with an indomitable presence that was felt throughout our business, both through the many lives he personally touched and the solid foundation of the uncompromising values of loyalty and integrity that he built, ”said Tom Janecek, CEO / CFO, Technology Integration Grouper. “We are extremely confident that Vince and the rest of TIG’s leadership team are able to effectively move the mission forward. The entire TIG family embraces the “One TIG” philosophy wholeheartedly with all team members contributing to the execution of Bruce’s vision. “
“We know the impact of Bruce’s legacy, and it is with this legacy that we will stay on track to fully support the modernization of technology and deliver the high-value services and solutions that our customers have. need, ”Lamb said. “We pay tribute to his iconic contribution as a founder and to the industry. He was our leader and a best friend. He will be sorely missed. “
The global TIG family extend their deepest condolences to Geier’s wife, children, extended family and his many customers, colleagues, suppliers and friends around the world.
The family will announce plans for a service / life memorial celebration in the near future. Donations can be made on Bruce’s behalf to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.
TIG is a leading full-service IT solution provider with 40 years of experience providing end-to-end IT infrastructure and technology solutions in 70 countries. In addition to the company’s headquarters in San Diego, TIG has 20 offices located in Albuquerque, Atlanta, Denver, Honolulu, Indianapolis, Irvine, Knoxville, Los Angeles, Pensacola, Philadelphia, Portland, Richmond, Sacramento, San Antonio, Seattle, Tampa, Ottawa and Toronto Canada and Shanghai China. For more information visit tig.com
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